Bit confused, how can I get a photoshop style smudge brush in polypaint?

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  07 July 2013
Bit confused, how can I get a photoshop style smudge brush in polypaint?

I was lead to understand that unlike Mudbox, Zbrush is capable of having a photoshop style smudge brush during polypainting/texturing.

Is this a capability that Zbrush has? If yes, then how?
  07 July 2013
Hold down shift and turn off add or sub and leave RGB on. This will act like a smudge brush. Not as dramatic as the smudge brush in photoshop but it works well.
  07 July 2013
Wait, the smooth brush works a lot more like the blur brush in photoshop.

What I mean is, that it doesn't drag color information, right?

So in other words, both in mudbox and zbrush there is no genuine smudge brush?


And with Mudbox people have been requesting a smudge brush for more than six years!
  07 July 2013
spotlight has smudge and it works with polypaint.
you can all so use the projection master then use the 2D smudge brush on it in tool>smudge

Last edited by informerman : 07 July 2013 at 02:29 PM.
  07 July 2013
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